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What are the symptoms of a faulty throttle position sensor 92 f150 4x4 EFI 351?

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2010-03-27 00:24:54
2010-03-27 00:24:54

some sympons of a fault tps is tht it bogs out when throtel is opened quickly alot of the time it will only rev up to a sertant pint like it has a rev limeter on it other times it may be very slugish at the begining then all of a sudded it just gets the power back after the throtel is opened about 30% to 50% i hope this helps you out

"addtional info" to see if the problem is the tps disconnect the sensor. If you have the same idle your sensor has gone or is going bad.

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